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World War I Centenary: A Review of The End of Innocence by Allegra Jordan

Whenever I start reading a new book it usually takes me a few pages to get used to the prose style of the author.  This was not the case with Allegra Jordan’s new historical novel THE END OF INNOCENCE.  484 more words

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World War I Centenary: A Commemoration Through Books

This week on The Book Binder’s Daughter, I am commemorating the centenary of World War I through a series of reviews of historical fiction set during The Great War.  530 more words

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Review: Painted Horses by Malcolm Brooks

I admit it.  Grammar mistakes drive me crazy.  I spend my days enlightening students about the grammar nuances of a dead language.  So I do have an excuse, or at least an explanation for my pet peeve.  501 more words

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A Review of Guilt by Degrees by Marcia Clark

Guilt by Degrees

by Marcia Clark

This is book two in the series featuring Rachel Knight and her two female associates, Toni LaCollier and Bailey Keller. 828 more words

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A Review of Guilt by Association by Marcia Clark

Guilt by Association

by Marcia Clark

This is a very well written first novel by a prominent Los Angeles attorney. Ms. Clark knows what goes on behind the scenes in the L. 1,052 more words

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A Review of Invisible (Audiobook) By James Patterson and David Ellis

Invisible – Audiobook

By James Patterson and David Ellis

The audiobook version of Invisible adds a lot to the story. The two readers, January LaVoy and Kevin T. 516 more words

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Review: The Post Office Girl

Here I am, writing another review of a book written by Stefan Zweig. This one is entitled The Post Office Girl. It is a book that concerns a female postal clerk in a small town in Austria. 428 more words

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